Enjoy a sumptuous gourmet dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day and take part in an exquisite silent auction featuring beautiful items to bid on from our community.
6th Annual Valentine’s Big Band Bash dinner and dancing with the Dyname Les DeMerle 17 piece Orchestra, Bonnie Eisele and other special guests on February 12th.
Comedian Amy Beckham gives a group of friends sitting around a camp fire her humorous take on Christmas – Christmas carols, christmas traffic and more.
There will be a special Sounds on Centre street dance in downtown Fernandina Beach for Georgia/Florida weekend.
Never a dull place, Saturday morning will be alive with activity with the farmers market, the arts market, and the Amelia Cruizers 20th Annual 8-Flags Car Show.
Historic, downtown Fernandina will have contests, vendors, music, and fireworks on July 4, 2016, beginning at 6:00 pm.
Make this a memorable Independence Day with Southern-inspired All-American barbecue with an array of favorites including chilled seafood, fried chicken, local fish and steak.
Sounds on Centre June 3, 2016, features The Decades Band. Come to dance, come to people-watch, or come for the fellowship – this is a great time to be in Fernandina Beach!
Check out the olives, and nearly 35 other vendors, while strolling the open air Market Place and listening to your favorite classic rock played by the talented Joel Vendetti.
The St. Michael Academy’s Spring Carnival is going on from March 10 to March 13, 2016, at Central Park in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
The Amelia Island Jazz Festival celebrates Frank Sinatra on Valentine Day 2016 with its fifth annual big band bash.
Reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ early Victorian era this event will transform historic Centre Street in Fernandina Beach into a 19th century Christmas village.
You will find carving pumpkins for your Jack-o-Lanterns, the small pie pumpkins that are perfect for baking, and the pumpkins and gourds used mostly in decorating.
Dresser’s hilarious story about his New York stage debut at Lincoln Center edged out competing tales from Diana Herman, John Drew, Neil Frink and Dickie Anderson.
Individual tickets for Shnit and DoctoberFest screenings are $7.50; a film fan pass is $40, good for a total of six screening sessions.